k/q mode for emacs.
(setq kq-default-language "q")
(add-to-list 'auto-mode-alist '("\\.[kq]\\'" . kq-mode))
M-x kq-connectand connect to your kdb-process
When connected to a remote kdb process, the connected window is interactive: You can type k/q commands
and they will be sent to the remote machine asynchronously.
.q.show will output to the region right after the command even if another command is sent.
.z.slot identifies that region to Emacs.
See kq-extras.k for a
plot function that will emit a graph into the interactive region (requires Emacs SVG support)
The KQ major mode attaches to a kdb process. Pressing
C-c C-c will send the code at the point to kdb
which is convenient for interactive programming.